Samsung Galaxy S7 How to remove paired Bluetooth Devices

With time the list of connected Bluetooth devices accumulates on your Samsung Galaxy S7. Many of the connected Bluetooth device you may not use, so you want to remove them from the list.

If so, then you can clean up the Bluetooth device list on the Samsung Galaxy S7 as follows.

Open the following submenu:

Home Screen --> apps menu --> Settings --> Bluetooth

You will see here the list of paired devices. In order to remove a no longer used device from the list, tap the gear icon and then in the next sub-menu to "decoupling".

Done!

The Bluetooth device disappears now on your Samsung Galaxy S7 from the list of paired devices. You now know how to decouple a Bluetooth device related to the Samsung Galaxy S7.



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Comments (3)

  1. Volt

This "solution" has been replicated across just about every site there is. However, there isn't a decoupling option. Further more, the list of previously coupled devices has absolutely no options next to it (no settings) and you can't hold and...

This "solution" has been replicated across just about every site there is. However, there isn't a decoupling option. Further more, the list of previously coupled devices has absolutely no options next to it (no settings) and you can't hold and highlight to remove or slide or anything. Searching for devices doesn't clear the list and neither does a restart. Don't know if this is a Samsung issue (their tailoring of Android) or Android itself.

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  1. Billy

Decoupling s7 uk not available

 
  1. what?

on my S7 "decoupling"is not available - well proposed Samsung! good job!!!!

 
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